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'Mad Max: Fury Road'

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Poison... Poison Ivy.
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I saw this on my dash and had an impulse.

mrcheyl:

Bane [x]

mrcheyl:

Bane [x]

Here’s an interesting thought: hysteria, which was one of the most frequently diagnosed diseases in history, was officially removed from [the] Diagnostic and Statistical Manual by the American Psychiatric Association in 1952. And yet the following year, the term ‘premenstrual syndrome’ was coinded by Dr. Katharina Dalton. The National Health Service currently lists over 150 symptoms for PMS, including: feeling irritable and bad tempered, fluid retention and feeling bloated, mood swings, feeling upset or emotional, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, backache, muscle and joint pain, breast tenderness, tiredness, appetite changes, or food cravings.

Sound familiar?

—   (via ellieandrews)
yeahwriters:

Came across this word while reading Cloud Atlas- proof that “pussy” as a word for a coward has etymological roots??
That’s actually sort of heartening, to think “Don’t be a pussy” means “Don’t be pusillanimous” instead of “Don’t be a vagina” which is offensive and stupid.

yeahwriters:

Came across this word while reading Cloud Atlas- proof that “pussy” as a word for a coward has etymological roots??

That’s actually sort of heartening, to think “Don’t be a pussy” means “Don’t be pusillanimous” instead of “Don’t be a vagina” which is offensive and stupid.

(Source: yeahwriters, via writeyourbooknow)